The Health Show, Episode #6 – Food Sensitivity Testing

Our latest Facebook Live from my clinic, lunchtime session showing a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using the muscles as a way to test and identify systems being affected by the foods we eat.

This time Siobhan Guthrie gives a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using two or three muscles as a way to test and accurately identify energy circuits and systems that are affected by the foods we eat; or reveal an imbalance with that circuit that may require further investigation.  We tested wheat, a gluten free bread roll, milk, and a banana.

Foods that we commonly test are those that we eat more than 3-4 times a week (and often more than that), rather than foods that we rarely eat.  Symptoms of food sensitivity are wide, and may not affect digestion.  Siobhan covers this in the video below.

 

The Health Show Episode #6 KinesiologyZone Food Testing

Recorded as a Facebook Live, your questions were answered live too.

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Join us next time when we will cover how to help prepare for exams, tips to improve your reading & writing and how to overcome worry about upcoming exams. Planned show date: Wednesday 26th April (provisional date).

The Health Show, Episode #5 – Facebook Live Demo of Muscle Balancing

KinesiologyZone Live Demo showing our holistic approach (MCPE), balancing a muscle and answering your questions.

Every one of us has the capacity to help another person. Some of us make a career of it! If you feel compelled to learn more about health, wellness and natural methods, then you’re going to enjoy our presentation.  Siobhan Guthrie covers how we work as a Systematic Kinesiology and our MCPE holistic approach.  Testing 4 muscles we were able to find which muscle and circuit the body wanted to be fixed first, using a system of priority.  And you get to see how we work with emotional stress and how to defuse them.

Recorded as a Facebook Live, your questions were answered live too.

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Join us next time and be sure to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover.

Easy Healthy Homemade Granola Recipe


Homemade granola can be a healthy and delicious treat. Most of the granola in the store are high in sugar, contains unhealthy fats and oils, and is packed full of fillers and unnecessary ingredients.

 Making up your own granola at home is really easy, quick, and allows you to control the amount of sugar and quality of ingredients, while also adding in the flavours that you love. It also makes your house smell amazing!
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Easy Healthy Homemade Granola Recipe
Try this energy-boosting granola breakfast to start your day. This homemade granola is leaps and bounds more tasty than any store-bought granola. It is also a far more healthy granola option.
Prep Time 5` mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Passive Time 30 mins
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Ingredients
Prep Time 5` mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Passive Time 30 mins
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Melt the coconut oil and add in the honey, syrup and vanilla essence. Add the almonds, mixed seeds, oats and cinnamon into the mix.
  2. Bake in the oven for 15 mins at 160 degrees. Add raisins and desiccated coconut if you want, mix and bake for 7 more mins.
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No Bake Healthy snack bars.

Recipe of the week – No Bake Healthy snack bars.

from Caroline Mc Grath

These are a staple in my house – healthy snack bars . They are full of protein, essential fats and low in sugar, and will keep you going. I like them for breakfast or if I need a quick bite between meals. They are a perfect gluten and dairy free snack to bring along when you are on the move.

They are so versatile you can put your own spin on them by adding whatever nuts, seeds or dried fruit you like. I have made these with dark choc chips which is a great way to get my son to eat them. I’ve also made them without any fruit or chocolate chips, but instead with raw cacao powder added to the liquid blend for an extra hit of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. As raw cacao is bitter, use it to taste by balancing it with the sweetener, preferably rice malt syrup as it is fructose free.

For those with nut allergy and schools that have a no nut policy, just use any blend of seeds instead of nuts and tahini paste instead of nut butter. You can also crumble this into a bowl and add milk for a gluten free granola cereal.

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No Bake Healthy snack bars.
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 0
Passive Time 2 hours
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Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 0
Passive Time 2 hours
Servings
Instructions
  1. Mix your 3 cups of nuts and or seeds in a bowl to combine. Scoop out one cupful and blend on high until it mostly forms a powder or flour, leaving in a few chunky bits.
  2. Scoop out another cupful onto a chopping board and chop these for a mix of textures. Add all back to the bowl and stir.
  3. Add the coconut flakes, and the dried fruit and stir.
  4. In a small saucepan on a low heat, gently melt the coconut oil, nut butter or tahini and sweetener together stirring to blend. Add vanilla extract, the pinch of salt and cinnamon powder to taste.
  5. If using raw cacao, only stir it in a spoonful at a time and taste to see if you need more sweetener. Allow the liquid mix to cool before adding it into the dry mix.
  6. Stir the lot to combine.
  7. If using the choc chips version, add these last. Once all is combined, pour into a glass dish, and press it all down with the back of a spoon, until it looks solid and even.
  8. Put the lid/cover on and allow it to set in the fridge for about a couple of hours before cutting into bars.
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